Centrifuges might not sound cool, but they’re critical to all kinds of science. Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory is working on the next generation of these important tools.
Interns from Idaho State University completed a nine-month-long demonstration project for Idaho National Lab engineers.
Researchers at Los Alamos National Lab just solved one of the biggest obstacles facing perovskite solar cells.
New materials being developed by the National Labs could result in chemotherapy without damaging side-effects.
National Lab scientists are developing a miniature external replication of the human body.
Gravitational waves were observed for the first time in 2016, confirming Einstein’s theory.
Energy Department competition supports student entrepreneurs and helps spur development of new clean energy technologies.
We recently released the second episode of Direct Current, our new Energy.gov podcast. Check out our newly proposed energy units -- burritos, Mt. Rushmore, a New York Minute and the Moon Landing!
How the Department of Energy is investing in the future of clean energy innovation at our National Labs and around the world.
Scientists at the National Labs may have found a cheaper, lighter more efficient replacement for silicon in computer chips.
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